In a nationwide poll last year, almost 30% of Americans said they wanted to reduce or eliminate gluten from their diets. That brings us to 2014, the year when “gluten-free” menu options arrived at the tiny pizza joint in my small hometown.Once something gets that big, it means everyone has an opinion about it – and not all of them are friendly. Here are the six worst moments of gluten outrage 2014:1. Jennifer Lawrence Calls Gluten-Free “An Eating Disorder”In an interview with Vanity Fair, Jennifer Lawrence cemented her “anti-Hollywood” act by throwing some shade at gluten-free dieters. She described gluten-free as “the new cool eating disorder, the ‘basically I just don’t eat carbs.’” We get it, J. Law, you’re above the fray.2. “South Park” Goes Gluten-FreeThe town of South Park went gluten free in an October episode entitled “Gluten Free Ebola.” A resident broke the diet and… his dick fell off.3. Gluten-Free Girl ScoutsThe Girl Scouts, those savvy businesswomen, launched a gluten-free cookie this year. The chocolate chip shortbread cookie is made with rice and tapioca flours instead of week. It was available in certain test markets. First on the list – California’s Central coast, of course.4. The Endless JokesGluten-free is one of those topics that lends itself to the kind of jokes that just won’t die. Here’s a joke staple from The New Yorker:  “I’ve only been gluten-free for a week, but I’m already really annoying.”5. FDA Okays “Gluten Free” LabelThe FDA passes a standard that food can be labelled “gluten free” if it contains less than 20 parts per million of the protein. As the trend spread, more foods were labelled “gluten free” that weren’t quite gluten free enough.6. The Responses to the ResponsesThe New Yorker went deep on the health trend and didn’t hide their journalistic bias in a piece called “What’s So Bad About Gluten?” The gluten-free blogosphere (yep) reared up in response with pieces with titles like “No such thing as gluten sensitivity? Really?!” and “Dear New Yorker: Your Gluten Article is Hard to Swallow.”We wait with bated breath for the gluten outrage yet to come in the new year.Related Articles: Want a Better Workout? Go Gluten-Free Gluten-Free Alternatives to White Flour: 3 Recipes to Try Gluten-Free Skincare: Ingredients to Watch Out For